Charles Dickens' Mystery of Edwin Drood sings and dances
...a mostly light hearted atmosphere with occasional serious moments and even a bit of irony...
With name recognition of the show and the rising reputation of IU’s musical theatre program, Chicago was sold out two weeks before opening night.
There was always something to look at while you listened.
Characters rendered with all those little dots, literally step out onto the stage in sharp detail.
Playing "Sunday in the Park with George" is no picnic!
The fine acting, very good singing and spirited dancing are a testament to the growth of IU’s BFA Musical Theatre program.
“What I’m after in our summer offerings is to really making a festival.” Artistic Director Jonathan Michaelsen
"We wanted to bring a 'here and now' approach...".Contemporary Dance Director Elizabeth Shea
The IU Theatre opens their season with the American tribal love-rock musical 'Hair,' in a production directed by Patti Wilcox.